"I will guarantee you this," Mr. Clinton said, "we will find a place for Mrs. Clinton in a Hillary presidency." Page 2 of 2 - The declaration about Ms. Clinton's place in a Hillary Clinton administration comes as her campaign is preparing to battle the likely Republican nominee, Mr. Trump, and widening its efforts to win the support of white working-class voters.
Those are the people Bill Clinton grew up with in Arkansas. Not for nothing did Barack Obama dub Bill the "explainer in chief." Page 2 of 2 - But Bill Clinton is also rich and famous, a man's man with a big personality. But polls show Bill Clinton is more popular than either Hillary or Trump.
Trump's Special Council, Michael Cohen, can't defend his boss' hypocrisy over Bill Clinton. Donald defended Bill Clinton consistently in the 1990's from the various attacks the right wing threw at him, including the impeachment. Cuomo continued pummeling Cohen over Trump's past statements that defended Bill Clinton: "He called Paula Jones a loser. He said Linda Tripp was a lying loser."
The book's editor, who wrote the chapter on Bill Clinton, is Ken Gormley, who also wrote the 2010 book The Death of American Virtue: Clinton vs. Starr's conclusion that Bill Clinton had committed perjury in sworn testimony denying having had "sexual relations" with Lewinsky eventually led to Clinton's impeachment. "Whether it's Whitewater or whether it's Vince or whether it's Benghazi. It's always a mess with Hillary," Trump recently told the Washington Post.
The businessman called out Bill Clinton last week in an interview with Fox News' Sean Hannity, accusing the former president of rape. But Fusion brilliantly pointed out that back in 1999, Trump seemingly couldn't care less about Bill Clinton's alleged sexual predation, telling the New Yo rk Times' Maureen Dowd the following: 'He handled the Monica situation disgracefully.
In a 1999 New York Times story , Trump brought up Clinton's affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky and suggested the former president had just chosen the wrong person: "For example, Mr. Trump disapproves of President Clinton's behavior in the White House over the last four years, though he suggested that he was bothered less by what Mr. Clinton did than by whom he did it with. 'It was his choice,' Mr. Trump said. 'It was Monica! I mean, terrible choice.' Mr. Trump, who showed off fashion magazines displaying cover art of the latest in a line of models he has dated, suggested that if Mr. Clinton had confessed an improper relationship (Mr. Trump offered a more earthy phrase to get the idea across) with a supermodel, as opposed to a White House intern, 'he would have been everybody's hero.'" Trump said in a 1998 CNBC interview with Chris Matthews about Clinton. On CNN Tuesday, Michael Cohen, who is an executive vice president of The Trump Organization and Trump's special counsel, said to ignore Trump's comments defending Clinton in the past.
But assuming he's given the role of jobs czar, what would Bill Clinton do? Although about 50 percent of the public, according to Pew, worries that there are not enough jobs available, and virtually every presidential candidate is promising to produce more, economists are not sure how to achieve this goal.
VISTA, Calif. -- For months now, Bernie Sanders and the other white-haired gentleman on the campaign trail, Bill Clinton, have feuded over how closely the future of the Democratic Party will resemble its past. They have disagreed over trade and crime policies pushed by Clinton, and health care and college tuition policies pursued by Sanders.
Former President Bill Clinton stopped by the Washington Bakery and Restaurant in San Francisco's Chinatown for a few minutes Tuesday to talk and take photographs with customers. "He just showed up," said Dan Lee , 67, a retired Chinatown resident who took a picture with Clinton in the restaurant and told him he will support his wife, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton , in California's June 7 Democratic primary.
President Bill Clinton made reference to Hungary in a speech delivered at a campaign event for his wife and presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton this past weekend. Hungary's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade told news site hvg.hu that "no one, not even Bill Clinton himself, can permit themselves to insult Hungarians like this."
Kenneth Starr, the former Whitewater independent counsel whose investigative efforts led to the impeachment of then President Bill Clinton, now says the former president was a gifted politician. But he noted that Clinton has worked to reshape his legacy. Starr called Clinton "the most gifted politician of the baby boomer generation." Starr is now the president and chancellor of Baylor University, in Texas.
Liberal watchdog Media Matters For America on Monday flagged a February interview in which longtime Trump confidant Roger Stone said that Trump had given money to Kathleen Willey. Willey, a former White House volunteer, accused Clinton of groping her in 1993; Clinton denied that allegation in a 1998 deposition. Media Matters surfaced the Stone interview after Trump used audio of Willey's accusations in a web video targeting Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.